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Season 32, Episode 01 Kipp, Frank McCourt, Playing Ball with the KGB

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Sep 19, 1999
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Kipp, Frank McCourt, Playing Ball with the KGB Sep 19, 1999 “Kipp” examines a successful public school program that uses discipline, long hours, and a contract. “Frank McCourt” talks to the author about his Pulitzer Prize winning book. “Playing Ball with the KGB” talks to a Russian millionaire who is in the middle of a KGB investigation. “Andy Rooney” talks about events from the summer.

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Season 32, Episode 02 Dutch, Vice Versa

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Sep 26, 1999
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Dutch, Vice Versa Sep 26, 1999 “Dutch” talks to Ronald Reagan’s biographer Edmund Morris about the biography that took him 14 years to write. “Vice Versa” looks at a dispute over Alabama State University’s scholarships to attract white students to the historically black college. “Andy Rooney” talks about reporters who do reports from interesting locations.

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Season 32, Episode 03 The Blue Wall of Silence, TB, David L. Wolper

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Oct 3, 1999
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The Blue Wall of Silence, TB, David L. Wolper Oct 3, 1999 “The Blue Wall of Silence” looks at how police officers who report crimes by other officers are often subject to retribution. “TB” examines how tuberculosis is becoming deadlier due to its growing resistance to drugs. “David L. Wolper” interviews the famous producer. “Andy Rooney” talks about former presidents.

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Season 32, Episode 04 Ron Reagan on Ronald Reagan, The Scuffed Halls of Ivy: Emory University, Doing the Right Thing?

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Oct 10, 1999
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Ron Reagan on Ronald Reagan, The Scuffed Halls of Ivy: Emory University, Doing the Right Thing? Oct 10, 1999 “Ron Reagan on Ronald Reagan” talks to the son of the president about his father. “The Scuffed Halls Of Ivy: Emory University” looks at a professor who was forced out due to politics. “Doing the Right Thing?” examines whether the L.A.P.D. allowed a shoot-out suspect to die after he surrendered. “Andy Rooney” talks about the end of the world.

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Season 32, Episode 05 Why So Expensive?, Cop Killer, Strive, a Second Look

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Oct 17, 1999
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Why So Expensive?, Cop Killer, Strive, a Second Look Oct 17, 1999 “Why So Expensive?” examines while senior citizens are traveling to Canada to buy the prescription drugs. “Cop Killer” looks at how a model prisoner has been stopped repeatedly from getting parole. “Strive, a Second Look” takes another look at a training program that assists people on welfare. “Andy Rooney” goes on-board a nuclear submarine.

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Season 32, Episode 06 President Bradley?, Knee Deep in Fraud, Cruising for Fun and Profit

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Oct 24, 1999
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President Bradley?, Knee Deep in Fraud, Cruising for Fun and Profit Oct 24, 1999 “President Bradley?” profiles the former Senator from New Jersey who is running for president. “Knee Deep in Fraud” investigates fraud in California’s health-care system. “Cruising for Fun and Profit” investigates how cruise lines bring in large profiles but pay little in taxes. “Andy Rooney” talks about presidential candidates for the 2000 election.

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Season 32, Episode 07 You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, The Pill, The Eyes

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Nov 1, 1999
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You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, The Pill, The Eyes Nov 1, 1999 “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” interviews and profiles cartoonist Charles Schulz. “The Pill” investigates whether and illness suffered by Gulf War veterans may be due to a mandatory medication given to them to counteract nerve gas. “The Eyes” talks to three blind men about their lives. “Andy Rooney” talks about a large check he was sent in error.

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Season 32, Episode 08 On Trial for Murder, Lord of the Manor, A Doctor in the House?, Con Man

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Nov 8, 1999
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On Trial for Murder, Lord of the Manor, A Doctor in the House?, Con Man Nov 8, 1999 “On Trial for Murder” looks at the case of an 11 year old boy who is charged with murder. “Lord of the Manor” looks at the feud surrounding Gardiner Island. “A Doctor in the House?” examines why many new doctors in the United States are trained overseas. “Con Man” investigates a man who conned elderly Americans out of over $200 million using a lottery pool scheme. “Andy Rooney” looks at out-of-town newspapers.

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Season 32, Episode 09 Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later, Gold in Them Thar Schools, Oh Lord!

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Nov 15, 1999
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Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later, Gold in Them Thar Schools, Oh Lord! Nov 15, 1999 “Haiti: 5 Years and A Billion Dollars Later” examines whether aid from the U.S. has helped restore Haiti’s government and justice system. “Gold in Them Thar Schools” looks at the controversial for-profit Edison Schools. “Oh Lord!” looks at reforms in the British House of Lords. “Andy Rooney” talks about car bumpers.

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Season 32, Episode 10 Untouchable?, Carol Burnett, R.U.C.

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Nov 22, 1999
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Untouchable?, Carol Burnett, R.U.C. Nov 22, 1999 “Untouchable?” examines the disappearance of alleged drug kingpin Mario Villanueva who was suppose to be under heavy police surveillance. “Carol Burnett” profiles the comedian. “R.U.C.” examines Northern Ireland’s heavily Protestant Royal Ulster Constabulary. “Andy Rooney” talks about women on navy submarines and in sports locker rooms.

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Season 32, Episode 11 Suicide or Murder?, Not as Private as You Think, Slam!

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Nov 29, 1999
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Suicide or Murder?, Not as Private as You Think, Slam! Nov 29, 1999 “Suicide or Murder?” examines the death of Captain Gordon Hess which many believe to have been a homicide. “Not as Private as You Think” examines how Internet companies are compiling information about consumers. “Slam!” looks at a new form of poetry. “Andy Rooney” looks at medication side effects.

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Season 32, Episode 12 Miranda, Columbia's Andres Pastrana, President Gore?

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Dec 6, 1999
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Miranda, Columbia's Andres Pastrana, President Gore? Dec 6, 1999 “Miranda” talks to a professor who wants to overturn the Supreme Court case which led to the police warning. “Columbia’s Andres Pastrana” talks to the president of Columbia who wants more U.S. help in the was on drugs. “President Gore?” talks to the vice president about his candidacy for the presidency. “Andy Rooney” talks about new years.

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Season 32, Episode 13 Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Rumpole of the Bailey, Agent Orange

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Dec 13, 1999
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Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Rumpole of the Bailey, Agent Orange Dec 13, 1999 “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” examines how the law governing homosexuals in the military has been largely disregarded. “Rumpole of the Bailey” talks to the creator of the popular fictional lawyer. “Agent Orange” examines the controversial defoliant used by the military during the Vietnam War. “Andy Rooney” talks about the best athletes of the century.

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Season 32, Episode 14 The Secrecy Clause, Big Chicken, Hello, I'm in Finland

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Dec 20, 1999
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The Secrecy Clause, Big Chicken, Hello, I'm in Finland Dec 20, 1999 “The Secrecy Clause” looks at how some pharmaceutical companies are using secrecy clauses to suppress research that may undermine their profits. “Big Chicken” examines how the chicken industry treats its workers. “Hello, I’m in Finland” looks at why Finland has one of the most advance telephone systems on Earth. “Andy Rooney” talks about packaging.

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Season 32, Episode 15 D.U., Miracle on 43rd Street, Wanted

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Dec 27, 1999
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D.U., Miracle on 43rd Street, Wanted Dec 27, 1999 “D.U.” investigates the use of depleted uranium in the Gulf War and whether U.S. soldiers were unnecessarily exposed to it. “Miracle on 43rd Street” examines an old hotel has been renovated for use to support housing for the homeless. “Wanted” examines the case of a St. Kitts businessman who is wanted for drug trafficking. “Andy Rooney” talks about buying your own Christmas president.

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Season 32, Episode 16 Need Cash?, Bill Parcells, His Honor, the Mayor

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Jan 3, 2000
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Need Cash?, Bill Parcells, His Honor, the Mayor Jan 3, 2000 “Need Cash?” looks at how some automobile title lenders have been charging exorbitant interest rates. “Bill Parcells” talks to the New York Jets Coach about his career. “His Honor, the Mayor” talks to Jerry Brown the former Governor of California who is now the Mayor of Oakland. “Andy Rooney” talks about history and its influence on the present.

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Season 32, Episode 17 Adopt Me, Denzel, Boris Yeltsin

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Jan 10, 2000
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Adopt Me, Denzel, Boris Yeltsin Jan 10, 2000 “Adopt Me” examines the controversial of adoption parties for special needs children. “Denzel” profiles the popular actor Denzel Washington. “Boris Yeltsin” examines the legacy of the Russian president and look at how he has a reputation of being both a hero and a corrupt politician. “Andy Rooney” talks about advertising something as the best.

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Season 32, Episode 18 MTBE, Ben Zander

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Jan 17, 2000
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MTBE, Ben Zander Jan 17, 2000 “MTBE” investigates how a gasoline additive used by oil companies to satisfy the clean air act is now polluting groundwater. “Ben Zander” profiles the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic. “Andy Rooney” talks about news stories that sound like they are too good to be true.

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Season 32, Episode 19 Southern Exposure, Come Dancing, Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief

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Jan 24, 2000
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Southern Exposure, Come Dancing, Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief Jan 24, 2000 “Southern Exposure” investigates allegations of racial discrimination at the Savannah River Nuclear Site. “Come Dancing” looks at the growth of competitive of ballroom dance. “Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Thief” profiles the controversial hacker. “Andy Rooney” talks about symbols and the Confederate flag.

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Season 32, Episode 20 Carol Burnett, Big Man, Big Voice, The Diva Next Door

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Jan 31, 2000
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Carol Burnett, Big Man, Big Voice, The Diva Next Door Jan 31, 2000 “Carol Burnett” rebroadcasts a profile of the popular comedian. “Big Man, Big Voice” rebroadcasts a profile of a German singer who suffers from birth defects due to thalidomide. “The Diva Next Door” rebroadcasts a profile of opera singer Renee Fleming. “Andy Rooney” talks about car advertisement.

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Season 32, Episode 21 Ethnic Profiling, Gross National Happiness, The Court-Martial of Major Bates

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Feb 7, 2000
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Ethnic Profiling, Gross National Happiness, The Court-Martial of Major Bates Feb 7, 2000 “Ethnic Profiling” talks to a former CIA Employee who thinks he was fired because he is Jewish. “Gross National Happiness” visits the country of Bhutan which focuses more on happiness than economic growth. “The Court-Martial of Major Bates” talks to a major who may face court-martial due to his refusal to accept an Anthrax Vaccination. “Andy Rooney” talks about the ten best unimportant inventions.

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Season 32, Episode 22 You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, LAPD Confidential, Unfortunate and Untrue?

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Feb 14, 2000
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You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown, LAPD Confidential, Unfortunate and Untrue? Feb 14, 2000 “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” rebroadcasts a profile of cartoonist Charles Schulz who recently passed away. “LAPD Confidential” looks at how a whistle-blower exposed the LAPD’s controversial domestic abuse policy. “Unfortunate and Untrue?” looks at the questionable past of an author who wrote a book critical of George W. Bush. “Andy Rooney” talks about the new dollar coin released by the U.S. Mint.

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Season 32, Episode 23 Hit List?, Kevin Spacey, Whose Country Is It?

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Feb 21, 2000
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Hit List?, Kevin Spacey, Whose Country Is It? Feb 21, 2000 “Hit List?” looks at how some anti-abortion activists are publishing personal information about abortion doctors. “Kevin Spacey” interviews the popular actor about his life and career. “Whose Country Is It?” examines the conflict in Israel between secular people and ultra-orthodox Jews. “Andy Rooney” talks about presidential press conferences.

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Season 32, Episode 24 Echelon, Scam, King Coal

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Feb 28, 2000
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Echelon, Scam, King Coal Feb 28, 2000 “Echelon” examines the NSA program which uses listening posts around the world to monitor electronic communication. “Scam” looks at how some fake artistic masterpieces have fooled major auction houses. “King Coal” examines whether mountaintop removal mining is bad for the people of West Virginia. “Andy Rooney” rates the presidential candidates.

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Season 32, Episode 25 Columbine Effect, Dikembe Mutombo, Who Is Arnon Milchan?

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Mar 6, 2000
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Columbine Effect, Dikembe Mutombo, Who Is Arnon Milchan? Mar 6, 2000 “Columbine Effect” looks at how an Alabama school is having a problem dealing with a violent student because he is also considered disabled. “Dikembe Mutombo” talks to the basketball star about his efforts to provide medical care in the Congo. “Who Is Arnon Milchan?” profiles a former Israeli intelligence officer who is now a film producer. “Andy Rooney” looks at viewer mail.

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Season 32, Episode 26 Timothy McVeigh, The Bodyguard's Story

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Mar 13, 2000
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Timothy McVeigh, The Bodyguard's Story Mar 13, 2000 “Timothy McVeigh” interviews the man sentenced to death for setting off a bomb in Oklahoma City that destroyed the Murrah Federal Building and killed 168 people. “The Bodyguard’s Story” interviews the bodyguard of Princess Diana who was the only person to survive the car accident that killed her.

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Season 32, Episode 27 Hitler's Pope, Women and the Web, Ciao Venezia

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Mar 20, 2000
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Hitler's Pope, Women and the Web, Ciao Venezia Mar 20, 2000 “Hitler’s Pope” looks at criticism against Pope Pius XII for his silence against Hitler’s extermination of the Jews during World War II. “Women and the Web” looks at the increasing influence of women in computer-related professions. “Ciao Venezia” talks to the Mayor of Venice who wants to slow tourism to curb pollution in the city. “Andy Rooney” talks about the primaries and democracy.

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Season 32, Episode 28 By Faith Alone, Tom Joyner, Locked Up for Life?

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Mar 27, 2000
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By Faith Alone, Tom Joyner, Locked Up for Life? Mar 27, 2000 “By Faith Alone” looks at how the government Medicare system is paying for the non-medical care of Christian Scientists who religiously oppose the use of doctors. “Tom Joyner” profiles the popular radio host. “Locked Up for Life?” looks at the plight of INS detainees who have been arrested for crimes and must be deported, but cannot be deported because their countries of origin refuse to take them back. “Andy Rooney” talks about the census.

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Season 32, Episode 29 Broken Promises, Queen Rania, Eric Clapton

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Apr 2, 2000
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Broken Promises, Queen Rania, Eric Clapton Apr 2, 2000 “Broken Promises” examines how Native Americans have lost billions of dollars because the U.S. government has mishandled their records. “Queen Rania” interviews and profiles the queen of Jordan. “Eric Clapton” interviews and profiles the popular musician. “Andy Rooney” talks about displaying the Ten Commandments outside of schools.

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Season 32, Episode 30 Cyber War, Addicted to Orchids, Voice of the Farmer

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Apr 9, 2000
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Cyber War, Addicted to Orchids, Voice of the Farmer Apr 9, 2000 “Cyber War” examines how significant U.S. infrastructure is controlled by computers which may be subject to cyber attack. “Addicted to Orchids” looks at the $9 billion-a-year orchid industry. “Voice of the Farmer” examines how the American Farm Bureau is doing more to support big agribusiness companies than family farmers. “Andy Rooney” talks about professional wrestling.

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Season 32, Episode 31 Elian's Father, The Power of Positive Speaking, Laundering Drug Money?

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Apr 16, 2000
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Elian's Father, The Power of Positive Speaking, Laundering Drug Money? Apr 16, 2000 “Elian’s Father” talks to the father Elian Gonzalez who wants his son to return to Cuba. “The Power of Positive Speaking” takes a look at motivational speaking. “Laundering Drug Money?” examines whether U.S. customs shut down an investigation to protect a politician in Mexico. “Andy Rooney” talks about whether Elian Gonzalez should return to Cuba.

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Season 32, Episode 32 Different Kind of Governor, The Dirty War, The Lemba

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Apr 23, 2000
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Different Kind of Governor, The Dirty War, The Lemba Apr 23, 2000 “Different Kind of Governor” profiles New Mexico’s Gary Johnson who argues that some drugs should be legal. “The Dirty War” looks at how some of the child survivors of Argentina’s Dirty War were adopted by the very people who murdered their parents. “The Lemba” looks at a black African tribe that claims to be Jewish and the DNA evidence that may corroborate their claim. “Andy Rooney” talks about automobile names.

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Season 32, Episode 33 Death Penalty, The Bishop Estate, Picking Up the Pieces

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Apr 30, 2000
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Death Penalty, The Bishop Estate, Picking Up the Pieces Apr 30, 2000 “Death Penalty” examines why Illinois Governor George Ryan has called a moratorium on executions in his state. “The Bishop Estate” looks at the scandal and corruption that is rocking a charitable trust set up to help Hawaiian school children. “Picking Up the Pieces” profiles Anthony Williams the new mayor of Washington D.C. who needs to clean up the city’s government. “Andy Rooney” talks about the hate mail he has received.

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Season 32, Episode 34 The Colonel's Wife, A Right That Could Be Wrong, The Bicycle Thief

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May 7, 2000
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The Colonel's Wife, A Right That Could Be Wrong, The Bicycle Thief May 7, 2000 “The Colonel’s Wife” interviews the wife of a U.S. Army colonel who was recently convicted of drug smuggling. “A Right That Could Be Wrong” examines how the mentally ill may no longer have the right to refuse their medication. “The Bicycle Thief” examines California’s three strikes law that puts three-time offenders in jail for 25-years-to-life even if they have committed only non-violent crimes. “Andy Rooney” talks about how young people throw out more junk than old people.

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Season 32, Episode 35 Who Killed Malcolm X?, The Seamy Side of Paradise, Ready, Willing & Able

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May 14, 2000
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Who Killed Malcolm X?, The Seamy Side of Paradise, Ready, Willing & Able May 14, 2000 “Who Killed Malcolm X?” talks to Louis Farrakhan and Malcolm X’s daughter about the death of the civil rights activist. “The Seamy Side of Paradise” talks to a priest who is working in the slums of Jamaica. “Ready, Willing And Able” looks at a unique program for the homeless in New York City that puts them to work, provides room and board, and even educates them. “Andy Rooney” talks about Mother’s Day.

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Season 32, Episode 36 Bishop Spong, Kevin Mitnick: Cyber Thief, Carlos Acosta's Story

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May 21, 2000
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Bishop Spong, Kevin Mitnick: Cyber Thief, Carlos Acosta's Story May 21, 2000 “Bishop Spong” profiles the controversial Episcopal bishop Jack Spong. “Kevin Mitnick: Cyber Thief” rebroadcasts a segment on the infamous hacker. “Carlos Acosta’s Story” profiles the popular Cuban ballet dancer. “Andy Rooney” talks about the cluttered office space of his fellow correspondents.

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Season 32, Episode 37 Charlton Heston, 50,000 White Farmers, Miranda

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May 28, 2000
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Charlton Heston, 50,000 White Farmers, Miranda May 28, 2000 “Charlton Heston” rebroadcasts a profile of the actor who is now head of the NRA. “50,000 White Farmers” rebroadcasts a segment on how white farmers in South Africa are the targets of crime and assault. “Miranda” rebroadcasts a segment on whether Miranda v. Arizona should be overturned. “Andy Rooney” talks about car bumpers.

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Season 32, Episode 38 The Defector, The Court-Martial of Major Bates, The Year of the Woman

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Jun 4, 2000
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The Defector, The Court-Martial of Major Bates, The Year of the Woman Jun 4, 2000 “The Defector” investigates the case of an Iranian defector who claims that Iran was responsible for the bombing of Pan Am 103. “The Court-Martial of Major Bates” rebroadcasts a segment on a major who may face court-martial due to his refusal to accept an Anthrax Vaccination. “The Year of the Woman” rebroadcasts a segment on the abuse of women in India. “Andy Rooney” talks about side effects to medicine.

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Season 32, Episode 39 On Trial for Murder, Knee Deep in Fraud, The Forgotten Hostage

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Jun 11, 2000
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On Trial for Murder, Knee Deep in Fraud, The Forgotten Hostage Jun 11, 2000 “On Trial for Murder” rebroadcasts a look at the case of an 11 year old boy who is charged with murder. “Knee Deep in Fraud” rebroadcasts an investigation into fraud in California’s health-care system. “The Forgotten Hostage” rebroadcasts a segment on an Israeli soldier who was taken hostage and in Lebanon and has not been heard from in over a decade. “Andy Rooney” talks about clothes in the closet.

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Season 32, Episode 40 Doing the Right Thing?, Ben Zander, Columbia's Andres Pastrana

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Jun 18, 2000
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Doing the Right Thing?, Ben Zander, Columbia's Andres Pastrana Jun 18, 2000 “Doing the Right Thing?” rebroadcasts an examination into whether the L.A.P.D. allowed a shoot-out suspect to die after he surrendered. “Ben Zander” rebroadcasts a profile of the conductor of the Boston Philharmonic. “Columbia’s Andres Pastrana” rebroadcasts an interview with the president of Columbia who wants more U.S. help in the was on drugs. “Andy Rooney” talks about the new dollar coin.

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Season 32, Episode 41 Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Cruising for Fun and Profit, Prison Inc.

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Jun 25, 2000
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Don't Ask, Don't Tell, Cruising for Fun and Profit, Prison Inc. Jun 25, 2000 “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” rebroadcasts an examination of how the law governing homosexuals in the military has been largely disregarded. “Cruising for Fun and Profit” rebroadcasts an investigation into how cruise lines bring in large profiles but pay little in taxes. “Prison Inc.” rebroadcasts a segment on the controversial growth of prison labor. “Andy Rooney” talks about natural ingredients in food.

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Season 32, Episode 42 Suicide or Murder?, Denzel, Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later

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Jul 2, 2000
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Suicide or Murder?, Denzel, Haiti: 5 Years & A Billion Dollars Later Jul 2, 2000 “Suicide or Murder?” rebroadcasts an examination into the death of Captain Gordon Hess which many believe to have been a homicide. “Denzel” rebroadcasts a profile of the popular actor Denzel Washington. “Haiti: 5 Years and A Billion Dollars Later” rebroadcasts a segment on whether aid from the U.S. has helped restore Haiti’s government and justice system. “Andy Rooney” talks about tourism.

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Season 32, Episode 43 Harry Potter, Need Cash?, Adopt Me

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Jul 9, 2000
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Harry Potter, Need Cash?, Adopt Me Jul 9, 2000 “Harry Potter” rebroadcasts a profile of J.K. Rowling author of the popular fantasy book series. “Need Cash?” rebroadcasts a look at how some automobile title lenders have been charging exorbitant interest rates. “Adopt Me” rebroadcasts a look at adoption parties for special needs children. “Andy Rooney” talks about the ten best unimportant inventions.

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Season 32, Episode 44 Hitler's Pope?, Kevin Spacey, Voice of the Farmer

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Jul 16, 2000
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Hitler's Pope?, Kevin Spacey, Voice of the Farmer Jul 16, 2000 “Hitler’s Pope” rebroadcasts a look at the criticism of Pope Pius XII for his lack of action during World War II. “Kevin Spacey” rebroadcasts an interview with the popular actor. “Voice of the Farmer” rebroadcasts an examination of how the American Farm Bureau is doing more to support big agribusiness companies than family farmers. “Andy Rooney” talks about charging telemarketers.

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Season 32, Episode 45 Autopsy, The Scuffed Halls of Ivy: Emory University, TB

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Jul 23, 2000
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Autopsy, The Scuffed Halls of Ivy: Emory University, TB Jul 23, 2000 “Autopsy” rebroadcasts a segment on how hospitals need to do more autopsies. “The Scuffed Halls of Ivy: Emory University” rebroadcasts a segment on a professor who was forced out due to politics. “TB” rebroadcasts a look at drug-resistant tuberculosis. “Andy Rooney” talks about envelopes.

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Season 32, Episode 46 Dikembe Mutombo, Lord of the Manor, The Columbine Effect

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Jul 30, 2000
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Dikembe Mutombo, Lord of the Manor, The Columbine Effect Jul 30, 2000 “Dikembe Mutombo” rebroadcasts a segment on the basketball star and his efforts to provide medical care in the Congo. “Lord of the Manor” rebroadcasts a look at the feud surrounding Gardiner Island. “Columbine Effect” rebroadcasts a look at how an Alabama school is having a problem dealing with a violent student because he is also considered disabled. “Andy Rooney” talks about mixed nuts.

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Season 32, Episode 47 Echelon, Frank McCourt, Kipp

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Aug 6, 2000
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Echelon, Frank McCourt, Kipp Aug 6, 2000 “Echelon” rebroadcasts a segment on the NSA program which uses listening posts around the world to monitor electronic communication. “Frank McCourt” rebroadcasts an interview with the Pulitzer Prize winning author. “Kipp” rebroadcasts an examination of a successful public school program that uses discipline, long hours, and a contract. “Andy Rooney” talks about car names.

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Season 32, Episode 48 Spy?, Come Dancing, Not as Private as You Think

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Aug 13, 2000
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Spy?, Come Dancing, Not as Private as You Think Aug 13, 2000 “Spy?” rebroadcasts a segment on alleged spy and nuclear technician Wen Ho Lee. “Come Dancing” rebroadcasts a look at the growth of competitive of ballroom dance. “Not as Private as You Think” rebroadcasts a segment on how Internet companies are compiling information about consumers. “Andy Rooney” talks about motorized scooters.

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Season 32, Episode 49 The Bicycle Thief, Gross National Happiness, Whose Country Is It?

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Aug 20, 2000
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The Bicycle Thief, Gross National Happiness, Whose Country Is It? Aug 20, 2000 “The Bicycle Thief” rebroadcasts an examination of California’s three strikes law. “Gross National Happiness” rebroadcasts a segment on the country of Bhutan which focuses more on happiness than economic growth. “Whose Country Is It?” rebroadcasts a look at the conflict in Israel between secular people and ultra-orthodox Jews. “Andy Rooney” talks about the presidential and vice-presidential tickets.

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Season 32, Episode 50 Coming Apart at the Seams, A Pig Heart?, Eric Clapton

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Aug 27, 2000
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Coming Apart at the Seams, A Pig Heart?, Eric Clapton Aug 27, 2000 “Coming Apart at the Seams” rebroadcasts a segment on the Russian Army and how it is suffering from problems with money and morale. “A Pig Heart?” rebroadcasts a segment on the dangers and possible benefits of xenotransplantation. “Eric Clapton” rebroadcasts a segment on the popular musician. “Andy Rooney” talks about the offices of his fellow correspondents.

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Season 32, Episode 51 Jiang Zemin, Daniel Barenboim

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Sep 3, 2000
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Jiang Zemin, Daniel Barenboim Sep 3, 2000 “Jiang Zemin” interviews the President of the People’s Republic of China about his visit to the United States. “Daniel Barenboim” rebroadcasts a segment on the pianist who is considered by some to be the most accomplished all-around living musician in the world. “Andy Rooney” talks about people wearing clothing advertisements.

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Season 32, Episode 52 Testing, Testing, Testing, The Eyes, Hit List?

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Sep 10, 2000
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Testing, Testing, Testing, The Eyes, Hit List? Sep 10, 2000 “Testing, Testing, Testing” looks at how emphasis on passing tests is making good test takers, not necessarily good students. “The Eyes” rebroadcasts a segment on three blind men and their lives. “Hit List?” rebroadcasts a look at how some anti-abortion activists are publishing personal information about abortion doctors. “Andy Rooney” talks about gardening.

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Season 32, Episode 53 Dr. Wen Ho Lee, Liz Smith, The Bishop Estate

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Sep 17, 2000
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Dr. Wen Ho Lee, Liz Smith, The Bishop Estate Sep 17, 2000 “Dr. Wen Ho Lee” updates the case of the atomic scientist who is accused of stealing secrets. “Liz Smith” profiles the controversial gossip columnists. “The Bishop Estate” rebroadcasts a segment looking at the scandal and corruption that is rocking a charitable trust set up to help Hawaiian school children. “Andy Rooney” talks about personality types.

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Season 32, Episode 54 Vice Versa, Baku, Who Is Arnon Milchan?

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Sep 24, 2000
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Vice Versa, Baku, Who Is Arnon Milchan? Sep 24, 2000 “Vice Versa” rebroadcasts a look at a dispute over Alabama State University’s scholarships to attract white students to the historically black college. “Baku” rebroadcasts a segment on oil development in the former Soviet republic of Azerbaijan. “Who Is Arnon Milchan?” rebroadcasts a profile of a former Israeli intelligence officer who is now a film producer. “Andy Rooney” talks about being identified by number.

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